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optimistic about india. it thinks it can sell a lot of mining equipment this because of coal mining. and it's also very bullish on latin america. >> tom: it's our mid west bureau chief tonight from chicago, diane os strks erbroork. >> you're welcome tom. >> tom: in addition to caterpillar, three more big multi-national companies reported earnings. general electric saw profits up 21% while sales picking up in china and india. earnings were better than expected and the company is sticking with its forecast for double digit growth this year. another global conglomerate, honeywell had a 40% jump in profits, earnings were better than expected thanks to its aerospace electronics business. honeywell called the global industrial outlook very good. and the golden arches see green. mcdonald's second quarter profit was up 15% as it successfully raises prices to make up for higher commodity prices. mcdonald's shot up more than 2%. the best gain in the dow industrials putting it at an all-time high today. and with that, let's get to the market focus. with all those big companies and dow components repo
and india, while coke's north american business was flat. one of the drags on the dow today was health care company johnson & johnson. shares fell more than 0.5%, dropping to a three-week low. in reaction to earnings results. while earnings were better than expected, the company said fewer elective surgeries and doctor visits have held back growth. it left its forecast unchanged. that led to selling pressure. check out this move by harley davidson today-- almost 9% higher as volume increased four- fold. talk about get your motors running here! this is harley's highest price in almost four years, after reporting strong second quarter profits. u.s. sales were up for the first time since late 2006. harley raised forecast for how many bikes it will ship, despite the c.e.o. calling consumers skittish. beyond earnings, some talk of buyouts helped interdigital shares rocket up more than 28%. look at this nice move here, bouncing around, finally jumping today. this company holds thousands of wireless communication patents used by apple, research in motion, microsoft and others. the company is consi
canada and india are heavily investing in their space program. can the u.s. afford to give up its >> i think from an industrial and military point of view, i think the u.s. has to keep investing in space because it's extremely important, so maybe not the same way we've been doing it. >> susie: scott? >> yeah. we are a great nation and we serve a space program worthy of a great nation. >> susie: we're going to leave it there. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> susie: and we've been seeking with scott hubbard and michael mandel. >> tom: here's what we're watching for tomorrow. it's another big day for quarterly reports. we'll hear from amd, at&t, microsoft and pepsi. u.s. air and united also report quarterly numbers tomorrow. airlines have been flying high this summer with full planes and some fare hikes. we'll look at whether they could be headed for turbulence this fall. >> susie: the government shutdown in minnesota is over. governor mark dayton made it official today. he signed a new budget, ending the nation's longest state government shutdown in the past decad
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